Some conditions that can cause a burning back pain are sciatica, herniated disk, muscle spasm or strain, osteoarthritis, multiple sclerosis and a spinal fracture. Infections of the spine or kidneys may also cause this sy... More »

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Causes of burning upper-back pain include overuse or muscle strain, a herniated disk, a spinal fracture, osteoarthritis, and myofascial pain, according to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center. A minority of pa... More »

In certain cases, nerve burning is effective for alleviating chronic back pain, states NBC Los Angeles. Individuals' specific conditions and medical histories help determine if they are candidates for the procedure. For ... More »

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Causes of burning upper-back pain include overuse or muscle strain, a herniated disk, a spinal fracture, osteoarthritis, and myofascial pain, according to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center. A minority of pa... More »

Several medical conditions, including diabetes, frostbite, Lyme disease, Morton's neuroma, multiple sclerosis, sciatica and spinal cord injuries, can cause numbness in the feet, according to Healthline. It is also possib... More »

Causes of a burning sensation in the knees include inflammatory conditions, such as osteoarthritis; infectious arthritis; chondromalacia, or cartilage problems; and systemic lupus erythematosus, where the body attacks it... More »

Someone experiencing burning pain in his right leg may have sciatica or meralgia paresthetica, according to MedlinePlus and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. In sciatica, pain results from pressure on the sci... More »